Zero Live at The Mystic Theater on 2005-11-04
- Live concert
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Chance In A Million (Judge)
Forever Is Nowhere (Miss Loretta)
Me And The Devil (Melvin)
End Of The World Blues (Judge)
Papa Was A Rolling Stone (Judge)
Years To Come (Miss Loretta)
Home On The Range (Judge)
Highway 61 (Judge)
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Guitar: Futoshi Morioka
Bass guitar: Liam Hanrahan
Keyboards: Melvin Seals
Saxophone: Martin Fierro
Drums: Greg Anton
Vocals: Judge Murphy
Vocals: Miss Loretta
- 2005-11-11 06:03:39
- Copy & paste the files (in Broadcast pcm format) to external storage, mix the 4 tracks in Audacity and save as a stereo windows wav file in 24/48. All final editing, tracking, fading, nomalization, edits and dithering and downsampling in Samplitude 7.2.
- Petaluma CA
- Stage mic: Crown SASS P Mk 2 stereo condenser PZM (pressure zone microphone). PA mics: Crown CM-700 cardioid condensers, one each per PA main (PA in stereo). Mixer: Shure FP-42 powering the cardioids. Recording device: Sound Devices 744T. Resolution: 24-b
- Taped by
- Bob Cogswell
- Transferred by
- Bob Cogswell
- The Mystic Theater
Subject: Not Dr. Bob
the error in one of the reviews which credited Dr. Bob
(Wagner), whom I know well, came from the conclusion that it was Dr. Bob due to our both having Bob for a first name :)
Subject: Impressive new lineup, with some kinks to be worked out...
Two problems. Melvin Seals' lead vocal was very grating on me, to the point that it takes away from my enjoyment of the show. The female vocalist does wonderful harmonizing, but the band seems, at least on this date, to play a little too restrained when she takes the lead vocal.
Based on hearing this show, I think the thing that would take this band from A- to A+ is not having Melvin sing. At least not that song.
Dr. Bob's recording is downright phenomenal, and it's nice to hear Martin's thought-provoking asides between songs.
Subject: Zero II - Drop the II
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